Karen Linder

November 27, 2014 · Posted In: Uncategorized

According to dictionary.com, a Renaissance woman “has acquired profound knowledge or proficiency in more than one field.”  Karen Linder has nailed it as a scientist, business leader, author, and artist. Linder’s dream to become a […]

The Tale of Disney Elementary

Posted In: Education, HerFamily, Millard, Places

Walt Disney Elementary School in the Millard School District is a wonderful world, but you won’t find a castle anywhere on the grounds. Students don’t spend their days watching animated films, and there are no […]

Arbor Street Studios

November 26, 2014 · Posted In: Art, B2B Magazine, Business, People, Places

Sometimes the old becomes new again, and Arbor Street Studios is bringing old-school, quality craftsmanship to local shop windows, building exteriors, business interiors, eateries, and drinking establishments. “People are valuing that quality now, in a […]

For the Birds

Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Places

Fall is the perfect time to make a 40-minute road trip north to DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge and get the family back to nature for a couple of hours. You may end up witnessing a […]

Meet the Reinders

November 25, 2014 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Parenting, People, Places

Five-year-old Sammi Reinders weighs only a little over 40 pounds, but she already has a weighty achievement under her tiny belt: ranking first in her class in judo competition at the 2014 Junior Olympics this […]

Kay Brown

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

Animal lover and volunteer Kay Brown isn’t one to shy away from hard work. Her busy life includes her job of working with disadvantaged teens, her yoga classes, her volunteer hours for the Nebraska Humane […]

Soccer Net

Posted In: DIY Project, Omaha Magazine, OmahaHome, Sports

John Larsen, a 50-year-old father of 12, has a lot of open space at his home in Papillion’s Hickory Estates. With several of those kids playing soccer, Larsen knew a full-sized goal would get plenty […]

The Omaha Schools Foundation

Posted In: Education, Omaha Magazine, Places

The Omaha Schools Foundation had humble beginnings, operates without many high-profile, big-dollar supporters, and generally stays below the radar of most Omahans. That said, there are few, if any, non-profits in the state that have […]

Refining Dining

November 24, 2014 · Posted In: DIY Project, HerFamily

I love entertaining, especially around the holidays when it’s not considered stuffy to host a sit-down dinner. This year, I wanted to add a bit more style to our table with some simple homemade accessories. […]

Omaha Magazine Takes Home Six Awards

November 18, 2014 · Posted In: Downtown, Nonprofit, OmahaHome

We like to make stuff pretty and all, but we weren’t expecting to bring home quite so much hardware from this year’s AIGA Nebraska design competition aptly named ‘SHOW’, which spotlights the very best work […]